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USCL Lancers

  • Lancers splits with Pioneers in Region X play
    The University of South Carolina Lancaster split a pair of NJCAA Region X baseball games with Spartanburg Methodist College on Saturday at SMC. The teams were slated for a pair of weekend doubleheaders, but the Saturday games were the only two played in the four-game series. The Sunday games were canceled due to weather. In the Saturday twin bill, USCL rallied for a 5-1 extra-inning win in the opener, but the Pioneers prevailed in game two, taking a 7-3 win over the Lancers.
  • Lancers split with Limestone jayvees
    GAFFNEY – The USC Lancaster baseball team split a doubleheader with the Limestone College junior varsity squad Wednesday. The 18-17 Lancers took the first game, 14-2, but lost the second contest, 11-8. The Saints plated four runs off two critical errors in the bottom of the fourth inning of the nightcap to get the lead. It was an about face from February. The Lancers outscored Limestone 29-2 when the Saints visited two months ago.
  • USCL Lancers split with Stingers
    The University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancers split a twin bill with Florence-Darlington Technical College at the Lancaster High School baseball field on Sunday. The first two games of the scheduled four-game series were rained out Saturday. USCL won the Sunday opener, taking a 4-3 win over the Stingers before dropping a 17-10 loss in the nightcap. A three-run third inning on run-scoring singles from Nick Cicci, Victor Major and Jared Firmstone sparked the Lancers win.
  • USCL Lancers crown Queens
    The University of South Carolina Lancaster improved to 14-12 with a three-game sweep of the Queens University club baseball team over the weekend. The Lancers capped the sweep with two wins over Royals at the LHS baseball field on Saturday afternoon. The Lancers posted a 6-2 win over Queens as Patrick Dizon had two hits, including a double, and drove in four runs. Nick Cicci had two hits, including a double, and drove in a run. Griffin Jester, who worked four innings, was the winner. He allowed three earned runs and struck out four.
  • Lancers drop 3 of 4 losses to Fire Ants
    The USC Lancaster Lancers dropped three of four Region X games to host USC Sumter on Saturday and Sunday. USCL split the Region X twin bill on Saturday, and dropped two losses Sunday to the USCS Fire Ants. USCL fell in an 8-7 loss to USC Sumter on Sunday to cap the series. The Fire Ants took the win with a walk-off home run in the bottom of the eighth inning. Brock Robinson, who worked 1.1 innings, took the loss. Ryan Knowles went five innings as the USCL starter.
  • Lancers take three wins over Wake Tech
    The University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancers baseball team improved to 10-5 on the season, taking three of four games from Wake Technical Community College (N.C.) over the weekend at the Lancaster High School baseball field. The Lancers, who have won eight of their last 10 games, capped the four-game series with a 5-4 win over the Eagles in nine innings. The game was slated for seven innings, but the Lancers needed two more frames to take the one-run win.
  • Lancers take three wins from Bobcats
    The University of South Carolina Lancaster baseball team improved its record to 7-4 after taking three of four games from Bryant & Stratton College of Virginia Beach, Va. last weekend at Doomsday Field. The Lancers won a 10-0 and 13-10 on Saturday and followed up with a nail-biting, 8-7, win at noon Sunday. However, the Bobcats avoided a clean sweep, topping USCL 10-3 in the Sunday’s final game.
  • Lancers’ bats silence Limestone JVs
    To say the University of South Carolina Lancaster baseball team ripped the Limestone College junior varsity squad  with a display of firepower at the plate Wednesday is an understatement. The Lancers erupted for five homeruns in the bottom of the first inning of the opening game of a doubleheader for a lopsided 21-1 win. USCL batted around twice in the inning to build a 13-0 lead and never looked back. The Lancers cranked out 18 hits in the contest. USCL also took the second game by an 8-1 score for the sweep.
  • USC Lancaster Lancers win series over Dolphins
    The University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancers baseball team captured a weekend series at Brunswick Community College to improve their record to 2-3 on the 2018 season. The Lancers, led by first-year head coach Nick Calhoun, won the series with Brunswick Community College, 2-1. The Lancers won twice Saturday, prevailing 13-7 and 7-1. Brunswick CC avoided a sweep with an 8-6 win Sunday at the Dolphins’ field in Bolivia, N.C.
  • Lancers fall in opener, 7-3
    The University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancers baseball team opened the 2018 season, dropping a 7-3 loss to Southeastern Community College of Whiteville, N.C., on Friday afternoon. The teams were slated to play two games, but the second game was called due to darkness because Southeastern doesn’t have lights. Jonny Watts led the Lancers with two hits and two walks. Josh Evans had two hits and a RBI. Josh Tucker drilled a double. Jacob Morrison, who worked two-thirds of an inning, took the loss. He allowed a walk and two hits.